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to education them on how to carry, present and also utilize, whether it's striking or blocking or some of the weapon systems and some of the techniques they teach can be used for takedowns and things like that. the idea behind the basic operator certification is to educate the operator on target areas, what you can expect injurywise from a variety of target areas. strikes to muscle mass versus connective tissue versus what we could call deadly force or final targets which would result in great bodily harm or death. so the education course, the basic operator course, is designed to educate the operator through a minimum of usually about a four hour class on how to properly utilize the weapon for defensive and offensive means. >> okay. i think you said you had gotten a level of proficiency in that that allowed you to train other officers. >> yes. i became an instructor. i eventually became an instructor trainer. after completing my career in law enforcement, i designed and implemented also an instructor level course that i've taught throughout the state of florida and various other state
. there could have been discussions that were more educational and informative without making it race-based. >> how interesting that we can trust the jurors to see aups photos but they're too squeamish to hear about race. such a sensitive real topic still. >> my thanks to lisa bloom. the jury is still deliberating this case. if we hear any developments, we will bring them to you live. >>> up next, one of the many conversations washington is actually ignoring. it's a fresh-over. we want you to eat some peaches and tell us what you think. they're really juicy. it must have just come from the farm. this right here is ideal for me. walmart works directly with growers to get you the best quality produce they've ever had. what would you do if i told you all this produce is from walmart? wow! is it really? (laughter) find fresh peaches and all your quality produce. backed by our 100% money back guarantee. walmart. [ herbie ] there's no doubt about it brent, a real gate keeper. here's kevin, the new boyfriend. lamb to the slaughter. that's right brent. mom's baked cookies but he'll be lucky t
was almost killed by the taliban for advocating education for girls is sharing her courageous story with the world. malala youssif spoke at the united nations. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: a birthday on a world stage. >> so here i stand, one among many. >> reporter: at a special assembly of teens for malala u yousafzai. >> let me say the words that the taliban never wanted her to hear. happy 16th birthday, malala. >> reporter: it was ten months ago that the taliban ryed to kill her for promoting education for girls. her survival ignited a global movement. >> weakness, fear, and hopelessness died. strength, power, and courage was born. they thought that the bullet would silence us, but they failed. and out of that silence came thousands of voices. >> in fact, millions have signed her petition to provide education for every child around the world. >> she has experienced the discrimination. she has suffered because of her wle beliefs. and she has fought back. >> reporter: hard to remember, she's just a teenager. >> she was more worried about her geography homework than her
with the decision already made that george zimmerman is not going to testify. it's just a guess but it's an educated guess. >> lisa is putting that to use. what do you think, paul, of the defense animation submission, the judge was listening to all of that. again, it was only supposed to take 30 minutes and it went a lot longer than that. court being delayed up until the first witness called in the last hour. the judge saying she is going to delay a ruling on that. how do you think the wind is going to blow on that one? >> i think the defense animation just confirmed some of the things that lisa was saying, the fact they have this animation and they are fighting so hard to get it in is more confirmation they don't want to put zimmerman on the stand. what i think is interesting how they they are going to authenticate that video and version of things without putting zimmerman on the stand if it's just an authentication and how do they get it through to the jury? obviously the prosecution is fighting very hard to keep that video out and they don't want this version and this interpretation presented to
educate him. let's listen to dr. vin september de mayo talk about the positioning of the two people. >> the muscle of the gun in this case was two to four inches away from the skin. if you lean over somebody, you will notice that the clothing tends to fall away from the chest. if instead you're lying on your back and somebody shoots you, the clothing is going to be against your chest. the clothing was two to four inches away. it's consistent with somebody leaning over the person doing the shooting. >> it certainly helped my side on the prosecution. listen, this guy, can i just say this once again? you look at this guy's wounds, he's got a couple of scratches to his head, a baby could do that to him and the poor guy had a broken nose. if this law says you're supposed to be in imminent danger of their death. everybody that gets a scratch and a broken nose, if that's imminent danger of death, half the country would be dead. >> are you saying that if you're on the ground with someone on top of you, you can't defend yourself? >> the fact is, when i was 18, i could kick my 29-year-old but
. and tim wise, anti-racism educator and author of the book "dear white america: letter to a new minority." it was incredibly difficult to watch trayvon martin's father on the stand today trying to hold it together, trying to keep his composure under these conditions. and it's strange to much time being spent on contesting this one piece of evidence, whose voice is on the tape? why is that important to the case, karen? >> it's important because obviously the defense wants to prove that zimmerman was not the aggressor, he didn't provoke the situation, and that he didn't create the situation. so if he was the one crying for help, obviously, you know, he wasn't the one who put himself in that situation. that's what they're trying to prove, and obviously whoever's crying for help is the person that's in a position of vulnerability. and if that's zimmerman, obviously his self-defense is going to be a lot more credible. >> it strikes me as bizarre just watching this, this kind of contest over the plausibility of trayvon martin as essentially the aggressor in all of this, which, yeah. >> i mean,
ma la la, turning 16 today. the young pakistani education activist shot by the taliban speaks out with inspiration at the united nations. >> malala day is not my day. today it the day of every woman, every boy, and every gun who have raised their voice for their rights. >> those inspiring words just a short time ago in new york at the united nations. good day to you, i'm peter alexander in today for andrea mitchelling a the trial of george zimmerman nears its end. the next phase of this often wrenching process begins as the jury begins its deliberations. we will hear from the judge. we expect perhaps before the end of this hour with instructions for the jury. we want to bring in our msnbc legal analyst, lisa bloom and nbc's craig melvin live in sanford. 23 days of trial, 12 days of testimony, 56 witnesses. now finally we await a verdict. it could come, frankly, not long from now after the jury is read the instructions from the judge. lisa, i want to begin with you and just go back to what we heard over the course of the last hour. the final argument made by the prosecution. what w
at the same set of disparities health care and other educational disparity and say we are in a post racial era because obama got elected president. that's a false notion. >> bill: i don't believe the "new york times" and other entities nbc news are thinking that way. here is what i think. >> that's the coverage. >> bill: they are flat out afraid of the issue. they are afraid of reporting that blacks are killing blacks in chicago. >> that's patronizing and condescending. >> it is but they are afraid of it? >> whenever the reason, the fact is that it is having tremendously negative effect on the discussion in general. >> bill: not only that having tremendously negative impact on the black community in general because more black americans are dying. there is no way on earth this travon martin george zimmerman trial should be getting this coverage. the only reason it's doing it is because it is a light skinned hispanic against a black kid. >> i think that the centerpiece of the trial and the issue at least for african-americans is that this man was told by his dispatcher don't follow him. >> bill:
. the democrat party needs a permanent underclass. they need a permanent dependent class of people low educated low wage, low skill dependent on government. they need that. now as americans climb the ladder of success and elevate themselves through the middle class and are less dependent on government, the democrat versus to replace them. they clearly see 11 million votes here. the republican party, two things going on. they're scared to death. they believe -- don't you guys find it funny that democrats keep telling republicans unless you help us with this you're never going to win the white house as though they care. the republicans are paranoid. they're scared to death believing a myth that unless they do this the hispanics are never going to support them. the turn out was 7.8%. romney got 27%. if romney had gotten 70% of the hispanic vote in 2012 he still would have lost. this is a myth. i think the republicans have business people who want cheap labor and so forth. but i had a guy call me the other day and made a great point he said rush, you're missing this. there's so many people in ameri
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knew that this was going to be the sequence today? >> yes, i do. that's -- again, that's my educated guess as a trial lawyer. >> so faith, that would suggest that tracy martin would have been given a heads-up that you're going to be called today. >> i think he expected to be called today. after i saw the cross-examination of sabrina fulton by mark o'mara, i expected them to call tracy as a witness today after the state didn't because they are being now very aggressive. you usually don't see an attorney cross-examining a grieving mother in the way sabrina was cross-examined. so i knew after i saw that cross-examination, i'm sure they prepared him you could be called as a cross witness. >> as the defense's own witness because they can't really do -- they can't use the same techniques of cross-examination when you call him as a witness. >> right. and think about what mark o'mara said on cross-examination of trayvon's mother. you hope that's your son, don't you? because the alternative is too painful. well, isn't that equally true for all of his seven witnesses who said that's george zim
would do away with education, the. >> commerce. >> commerce. and lets see. >> oh, my. >> the third one i can't. sorry. oops. >> on the other hand, perry has always been at his best when folks underestimate him. he could never handle being the immediate front-runner in 2012 but could he do better as the spunky underdog. he's still the conservative while using tea party rhetoric was considered to be on the liberal side of the spectrum when it comes to the issue of immigration. by the way, in case you're wondering, perry has been careful not to say much about the debate over immigration reform. in an interview with the "wall street journal," he seemed to endorse the idea of the senate bill while simultaneously criticizing the government's ability to enact what's passed. check out this straddle. >> until the border is secure, i don't think americans are going to trust washington to pass an immigration bill no matter how good it sounds or how thoughtful it is until they get the border security. >> does that mean you do not support the senate legislation? >> i don't support what's happening in
of power. i mean, they've gone after sex education, they've gone after birth control, they've gone after prenatal care. they rejected medicaid expansion which cuts off health care under the affordable care act to half a million north carolinians. so, you know, it was clear to us that abortion was going to be part of that agenda. the other thing i think is really important, chris, and reverend barber with the naacp has said this many times, that we cannot be divided on these issues, and it's really easy for abortion and civil rights and unemployment and health care to seem segmented. but all these issues really hang together, and as far as i'm concerned, they're all civil rights issues and as far as i'm concerned, they're all women's issues. >> the interesting thing to me, given how conservative the state has given given how aggressive the state gop has been, it's fascinating to me to see governor pat mccrory dancing a little bit about whether he's going to sign this thing if it comes to his desk. he said "there's a fine line between safety measures and restrictions. i think parts of the
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you think that boehner himself will drive a bill to the floor and have a vote on it? your educated opinion. >> he can't. he won't. he has said what he will do is put legislation on the floor for a final passage vote if it has a support of the majority majority. that is going to be a conservative piece of legislation that clears that hurdle alone it will particular off democrats which means it's a stalemate in the house. >> bill: you are saying no way immigration reform is going to pass? >> well, there is always a miracle but right now it looks like we are going to run out of time this year and it won't be done next year because it's an election year. >> rosen, let's go into egypt. there has been a the love criticism of the obama administration nor not really doing much. i don't know what they can do. i'm trying to figure it out but it's a mess over there. you had the secretary of state on his yacht, rosen is that working against kerry because he was on his yacht or what's the deal. >> there bill, you are focused rather unexxon the exthreatennous and trivial it doesn't matter over t
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, you know, an actual life after you come out of the womb. i'm pro having sexual education in your schools. i'm pro children not going to bed hungry and sick at night in texas. >> well, you seem very young to me and i'm sorry that women your age, that young women are having to learn about the idea of coat hangers which was the option for so many women before roe v. wade passed in this country. thank you for your advocacy. thank you for being here tonight. >> can i mention one more thing? >> sure. quickly. >> people are asking how they can help us. if you can donate, they only have three staff members statewide. if you can donate to the fund, we are going to need abortion funds, transportation costs for the women west of 35. so thank you. >> thank you for your time. >>> all right. i want you all to remember tonight's question there at the bottom of the screen and share your thoughts on twitter and facebook. and we're still awaiting a kissing in the george zimmerman trial. we'll bring you the latest. [ brent ] this guy's a pro, herbie. [ herbie ] there's no doubt about it brent, a re
backgrounds, education, work experiences. one thing all lawyers no good luck predicting what they're thinking. even lawyers who present cases think a particular juror is in their camp and if they have the luxury of interviewing afterward they find they were dead wrong. >> lisa bloom said that's not a consideration for this. john, what's your thought? >> i have the same view. i think more importantly what wr do they come from. what are their experiences? have they had experiences that allow them to understand the urban experience and the standard african-american community, had some contact with it and do not buy into the stereo typical notion of african-american teenagers. do they have an open mind. they all bring difference experiences. i don't believe an all woman jury means you convict. it may mean that these are all individuals and they will look at it differently. >> what's your perception of the make up of the jury? >> i would not have liked this jury because there's no african-americans on the jury. you need someone who can fight and understand the issues and educate the other jurors.
are pouring in to try to educate me. taylor swift getting involved in our goat debate. is it true? >> steve: it's true. >> brian: we'll go to the goat boy and find out what he thinks. "fox & friends'" third hour starts just about now. >> steve: that, by the way, is a sheep. >> steve: that was a rooster sound. that's a cow. we've been playing with sounds -- that's a dog. we've been playing something we thought was a goat. it's actually sheep. >> brian: here is the thing, i know if a tree is tilted and you can walk up, but i can't see a tree doing what a -- a goat doing what a monkey does. >> gretchen: have you ever heard of mountain goats? i stymied him! >> brian: see, i could see a goat climb a boulder. >> steve: these are the famous famous -- look at this. it is you such a miracle. >> gretchen: it's not! if you go to certain parts of the world, you can see goats climbing up on cliffs that you -- the rappeller, professional climber couldn't rappel on. >> brian: for a while, dolphins were solving crimes. (buzzer) i expect anything to happen. my feeling is that this must be stunt goats. this
possible changes in gun ownership. >> gretchen: educators at one school district not making the grade. the hempstead school district. >> brian: on long island. >> gretchen: new york. released a summer reading list. one big problem? there is more than 30 errors on it. here are some. the "the great gatsby" became the greatritten by george orwell. the school district said it was george ornell. >> brian: same thing. >> gretchen: canterbury tales is now just one canterbury tale. no word yet from the school district. >> brian: all right. >> gretchen: that's sad and funny at the same time. >> steve: we've been showing you all morning long clues to who our breakfast buddy is today. >> brian: here is one of your clues. this brooklyn native knows how to control a tough crowd. even had an anchor seat on snl's weekend update when it was really funny. it's comedian, outstanding writer, funny guy, collin quinn. [ applause ] there he is! how are you? >> hi. >> gretchen: good morning. >> steve: how are you? >> i'm great. >> steve: you're really great. you've got a show right now. >> actually not that
. what is it? >> it's an organization that educates hispanics -- we know they want the american dream, but there is a system called free enterprise that allows them to access that dream. so we promote self-reliance, especially with this campaign that we're doing right now. we want to tell girls that there is a different alternative than julia, someone who needs government at every turn. so we're offering a all kinds of tips and advice on how to live and to celebrate women who are already living that life of earn success and independence, economic independence. >> gretchen: so if people don't remember back to the 2012 campaign, the president had this life of julia campaign. we just saw it up on the screen, where basically the argument was that when you see the child at the beginning all the way up until you're well past being an adult, that you would need the government to help you as a woman and you're now saying look, what we should really be telling young girls, hispanic or otherwise, is that we should be building self-importance and esteem from the inside and economic sustainabilit
of educational classes, vocational -- >> adequate food. >> exactly. nutrition, a rise in wages from 13 cents an hour to $1 an hour. a lot of these demands are things that did used to exist in california prison. >> i feel like we had this fight in the 1970s and here we are, having it again. i want to also say, i'm so thrilled to have you at my table, in part, because i was one of the many of millions of people who just wanted you to be home. you're home, it is your birthday, and we're all glad that you are here and that you are continuing to use your voice to advocate for others. thank you to mpardiss, to glen, to victoria, and to shane. and also let me say, i am totally beside myself, because coming up next is former d.c. mayor, marion berry. he's going to talk about, you know, political bad boys on the rebound. i can't believe we booked him. i'm so excited. but first, my letter. wonder who it's to. a famous fugitive. and i'm going to tell him where i think he ought to go. [ brent ] now steve's looking pretty good so far. [ herbie ] eh, hold on brent, what's this? mmmm, nice car. there's no
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